Liturgy drummer Greg Fox returns with the second Guardian Alien album, which is essentially a thirty seven-minute drone jam. When making sense of it all it helps to bring the album cover’s Rasta alien mural into the conversation — it’s an over-the-top depiction of the title, See The World Given To A One Love Entity, which comes across as waggish, psychedelic, and teeming with faux spirituality, matched perfectly to the music, which is a tangled mass of drums, male/female chants, animal sounds, and musique concrete that comes together for a brilliantly bizarre trip and a gorgeous parody of itself. Brooklyn five-piece Starring revels in bulky and uplifting Krautrock that’s saturated with hues of prog-punk and psychedelic color with its latest album, ABCDEFG-HIJKLMNOP-QRSTUV-WXYZ (Northern-Spy). Creepy, peculiar art-rock/abstract hip-hop trio deadCAT releases the brand new Furniture EP. Cloudeater offshoot Nung River, and the Psych Army DJ’s perform as well.